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CTLC Pre-Conference: Foundations of Effective Digital Collaboration Skills
Collaborating with colleagues online can be just as easy, fun, and productive as in-person, and you can learn to improve your digital collaboration skills through this hands-on virtual workshop. Together, we will shore up the foundations of our digital collaboration skills such as practicing using cloud-based file-sharing systems (like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Suite); take a leap into collaborative spaces like JamBoard and Google Docs and Sheets; and up your Zoom game with hands-on guides for smooth meetings and other web-based events.

If time and interest allow, we can work on deepening these skills, share different shortcuts and tricks, and / or find resources to support one another’s digital collaboration skills beyond this 90-minute workshop.

The Foundations of Effective Digital Collaboration Skills workshop is open to anyone at any skill level. All are welcome to attend and learn as we do, sharing your own best practices along the way. Participants are welcome to work quietly in the background with cameras off and following along in chat or with sound on. Alternately, participants can also turn cameras on and chime into the discussion as you feel comfortable.

Internet: As this workshop will be held virtually, a computer with a good internet connection is required.
Email: Have an email address ready, preferably one issued from Google (example:
Browser: Have a web browser ready to open to access our workspace. Your choice (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari).

This workshop will be recorded, and materials presented will be available to all attendees.

This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission (Grant # LS-249990-OLS-21).* (2021)

Jul 28, 2022 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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